Rolls-Royce

We work with Rolls-Royce to inspire future female scientists and engineers

Together we're engaging girls and young women so they reach their full potential

Our Girls' Attitudes Survey found that only 3% of girls aged seven to ten would consider a career in engineering. Rolls-Royce and Girlguiding share a commitment to challenging stereotypes around science, technology, engineering and maths, and seek to inspire a new generation of young women into these industries.

How we work together

Together Girlguiding and Rolls-Royce have developed activities for the Brownie Science investigator badge. This badge helps girls discover science through fun experiments like making balloon-powered cars or their own compasses.

Rolls-Royce also attend our national events and put on activity evenings to get girls engaged with science and technology.

About Rolls-Royce

Scientists and engineers at Rolls-Royce are making things possible which have never been possible before. Their vision is to provide 'better power for a changing world'.

As a technology-based business they provide power for aircraft, ships and on land. The company is best known for aero engines that power many of the world's most advanced passenger jets, like the new Airbus A350 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Find out more about Rolls-Royce and STEM.

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